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TEP is Dead. Now What?

Jeff Guillem

Monday, 26 March, 2012
Free for GALA Members
Free for Non-Members

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The TEP production process (translation, editing, proofreading) has been around for decades. Learn how Moravia has developed an alternative to this process and created partner models that support a parallel translation process and maximize value for clients by cultivating long-term partnerships with stakeholders. The opposite of a “master-slave” unilateral relationship, Moravia’s model prizes communication, planning, the reduction of administrative costs, a mitigation of freelance/SLV tension, and quality and cost improvement – not to mention loyalty and transparency!

Jeff Guillem

Jeff Guillem is based in the company's headquarters in Brno, Czech Republic and has overall responsibility for the company's global solutions delivery. He joined Moravia in 2011 and has over 20 years of international and specific localization industry experience. Prior to joining Moravia, he spent 12 years at Lionbridge Technologies, where he held a number of senior roles, most recently as the Country Manager in France. Prior to Lionbridge, Mr. Guillem worked at Bowne Global Solutions. Educated in several countries in Africa and in France, Mr. Guillem holds a masters in Computer Science from the University of Nice. He is fluent in English and French and functional in German.

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